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Fall Faerie Blessings and seed Harvest
Items needed:
8 inch circle of fall colored material
8 inch circle of fall colored tissue paper
Fall colored ribbon or yarn
Fall colored marker or pen
And the following;
Pine needles
1 acorn
First fall leaf you see
1 bay leaf
3 sage leaves

Lay out the fall colored tissue paper,
On the bay leaf write a secret wish with the fall colored marker or pen
Lay this in the center of the tissue paper circle,
Then on top add the other items,
Take a fall colored ribbon or yarn,
Tie around the tissue paper circle to create a blessing bundle.
Tie three knots around the bundle and say:
By knot of one this spell has begun
By knot of two, let it be true
By knot of three, I offer you thee

On 8 inch material circle, cut small holes all the way around the circle,
Then lace your fall colored ribbon in and out to create a small bag.
Place the tissue paper blessing bundle into the bag,
And go for a nice walk in the woods, or your yard.

When you find the perfect spot
Where faeries come to play,
Take out the blessing bundle,
And say the following;

Fairies if you please
Bless me with some seeds
In return I offer you these

Place your bundle in the secret spot,
And continue on your walk, looking for fall seeds,
Look for dried seed pods on wild flowers, or other types of plants,
When you find some seeds place them in your cloth bag,
After your walk and seed gathering tie the bag shut with seven knots.
One for each of the fall and winter months,
Place the bag on your alter, and save until spring.
In the spring open the bag, and plant the seeds and
your wish will come true.

~ Fall Blessings~


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Earl Grey tea is made with Bergamot, a spice used for drawing money. Drink
a cup of Earl Grey tea first thing in the morning to attract money. Imagine a handful
of money while you hold your cup in two hands. Add honey which is also another
symbol of abundance. Another idea would be to add a couple tea bags of earl grey to
your bath water


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Well, the rain storms are coming back, but, honestly, I'm so over this heat wave and do not mind one bit. I think I'll work some rain magick and connect with the fae a little bit and enjoy it!

Crystal water-
To connect with spirits of water, place a quartz crystal in jar of water bless with full moon beams & drink the following morning before sunrise

Rain making spell-
Cut and burn fairy fern leaves to attract rain

Thunderstorm water-
Collect rain water during strong thunderstorms use to break bad luck & deadlocked situations, drink the water & call on storm spirits to bring new insights

Thunderstorm talisman charging-
Charge talismans you have made of oak, ash or hawthorn dedicate in the names of Thor, ehinor, tom Odin, woden, zues, Jupiter during strong storms to encrease their strength

Rainwater protection spell-
Money and other items washed in rain water can not be stolen

Fairy dew-
Sacred, magickal water, collect it from a sacred place, bottle it, keep refrigerated , use it in preparations made by the light of the moon to get fairy sight and astral flight

Dreams & wishes
Sail on paper ships set them sail on fast flowing water, this carries them to the water fairies

Summoning sea spirits
Use a conch shell sounded at dawn or twilight to summon the spirits of the sea to you

Have fun- Carol
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May opportunities come our way
Bringing many life blessings every day!
Back to work, with time for play
Health, love, prosperity and joy
Dear Goddess hear what I say!
So Mote it Be!

Yeah, still dreading back to work!
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Wanting to work some simple magick for the new moon , I found this. Perfect! Quick and easy! I'm trying to enjoy the last of the days left of summer before returning back to work! It's going way too fast!!!

Luck Spell-
On a new moon, draw symbols and write words of good luck like 7, Jupiter and fortune on a paper. Then roll it up and tie it with a red ribbon. Put it on a special alter until the full moon.
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I just had to share this video, from my magickal afternoon.

Blessings Mori
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Mori`s mojo
Safe travel charm bag

Creating a charm bag: you can search the web and books, but the magick of a creating a charm bag is selecting personal items, those things that hold great value and meaning to you on a person level. Taking this first step of tapping into your own creativity puts the magick in motion. I like to begin by gathering more supplies then I really need. I’ll lay out a handful of stones & herbs, and then focus on the intentions of the bag. I will then select only those items that speak to me, even if I don’t find them listed on some correspondent list some where else.

For the safe travel bag, I selected the following items:
Blue flannel material; from my daughter’s trip to Ks.
Hematite, turquoise, tiger’s eye; also a gift from my daughter’s trip
A bear charm, as well as a squirrel eating a acorn charm; both gifts from carol, the bear for strength and protection, and the squirrel for keeping animals safe while I drive.
A dried zinnia flower that I planted at the roadside memorial, for emotional strength & protection
Broken glass from my son’s car, protection from my son as well a reminder to drive safe!
A shiny dime that I found { I believe my those are gifts from my son}
Herbs; patchouli, chamomile & lavender for calmness while driving, horehound to keep from getting tickets, sage & black art incense for protection, blessing send incense to bless my old car , and juniper berries from a dear friend I lost a few yrs back.
A power hematite necklace from my daughter-n-law.

I placed the herbs in my mortar & pestle, and grind them together blending their energy with my own and those ancestors who protect me.

I then place the stones in the bag, along with the herbs then tied the bag shut, I put the small charms on the string to the power stone necklace, and then secure it around the bag, leaving enough length of string to hang from my car.

The safe travel bag, gathers strength from the sun, and fills my car with the earthly scent of the herbs and incense, and reminds me when I open the door and get in, that I am protected and aware of my driving, reminding me to always pay attention and drive safe!

Blessings & safe traveling!
~ Mori`~
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These cookies are magick for more than one reason. They are the simplest cookies ever, they don't even have flour in them.

Peanut Butter Cookie-
1 C peanut butter
1 C sugar
1 egg
1/4 tsp vanilla.

Mix together, place on cookie sheet how ever big you want. Dip tines of fork in sugar and press down, they don't really spread so well on their own. Bake 350 for 8- 10 minutes.

The book Magick Made Easy says that peanut butter is good for binding magick, makes sense! It also says if you want to change a habit to carve a symbol in your cookie before baking, then eat. I love that idea. Check out the book in google books, I linked it for ya! Lots of goodies to look up!
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Goldenrod Spell for Wealth

When the noble goldenrod raises its head,
Cut three stems and bind them with golden thread.
Do this before autumn leaves begin to fly,
And hang them from a beam or rafter to dry.
When they can be
crumbled in your hand,
Mix them with earth and sand.
And one evening when the Moon is round,
Sprinkle this magical blend upon the ground.
Before the Wheel of the Year turns again
Abundance and wealth will fill your hand.

I'm going to try this fun and simple spell I just found. It's not my favorite wild flower but it is so abundant right now. When I was growing up, my aunt was so allergic to it, we weren't allowed to touch it! I'm glad to find this spell and will be harvesting some today, It's right at the back of my yard.
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A little bit of morning magick...

I planted zinna's by the side of the road,

at my son's memorial, never really knowing their meaning, I just wanted something to be pretty and outlast the summer heat. I've been stopping in the mornings after taking my hubby to work, and watching them bloom for weeks....

this morning I decided to pick a few and bring them home! I am so glad these tiny little bunch of flowers started my monday off right, I'm usually feeling a little down after stopping there, but today I felt ok, ready to start my week ahead... of course as I drove the words to another poem filled my head.. but I came home and looked up the meaning & magick of Zinna's without really knowing, I planted my own little bit of healing magick..

Latin: Zinnia elegans
Color(s): Orange, rose, red, yellow, white, pink and lavender.
Archetype: Laughing Buddha, Pu-Tai. Laughing Buddha embodied perfect contentment, serenity, and happiness, and was often seen in the company of children, for whom he had a special fondness. He radiates a quality of nurturing abundance to all who behold him. He lives on within the core of humanity as a bearer of Unconditional Love.

Signature: A summer annual ranging from one to five inches. It has a double row of petals in colors including orange, rose, red, yellow, white, pink and lavender.

Healing Properties: Zinnia enhances one’s ability to rediscover the child-like qualities of playfulness, joy, delight, unconditional love, and a spirit of lighthearted innocence and adventure.

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These flowers are growing like crazy all along the road side here in upstate-ish NY. I always loved chicory, it's one of my favorite colors ever. I always read about it being a coffee substitute but never went that far. I think i'll collect some to store for magickal uses for now

Magickal Uses:

Chicory is a good herb to use when one is seeking to remove negativity and obstacles in the energy flow. This herb may be integrated into healing and Magick in order to promote a more positive outlook on life, and to improve one's sense of humor. Place the fresh flowers on your altar or burn Chicory as an incense.

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I'm making up a big batch of meatballs in the crock pot, I'm hoping to freeze some and get a
few meals out of it, so I doubled the recipe below. I found this in Cooking
Light magazine
quiet a few years ago and it's always been a huge hit with everyone.

Beef Meatballs
from Cooking Light


1 1/2 pounds ground round- grounding, properity
1/4 cup (1 ounce) finely shredded fresh Parmesan cheese- joy
1/2 cup dry breadcrumbs
1/3 cup chopped fresh parsley- cleansing
1/4 cup tomato sauce-health money
1 teaspoon dry mustard- personal growth
3/4 teaspoon dried Italian seasoning- love, cleansing, prosperity, harmony
1/4 teaspoon salt- protection
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper- strength
2 garlic cloves, crushed ( I like to use powder the kids can't detect it
so easy)- passion
Cooking spray


Preheat oven to 400°.

Combine all ingredients except cooking spray in a bowl; stir well. Shape
mixture into 30 (1 1/2-inch) meatballs. Place on a broiler pan coated
with cooking spray. Bake at 400° for 15 minutes or until done.

I cook in my favorite jarred sauce in the crockpot until I'm ready and serve
over pasta

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~Full Moon Blessings~
Sending out blessings of the Aug. full Moon
May your harvest be grand,
as faeries & witches stand
hand in hand
May moonbeams shine,
as your blessed with good times,
dance with us,
under the Aug. Full moon
as we honor the great divine

Full Sturgeon Moon
Some Native American tribes knew that the sturgeon of the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain were most readily caught during this full Moon. Others called it the Green Corn Moon or the Grain Moon.
Full Moon Celebration Incense
2 parts Sandalwood 1/2 part Gardenia, 1/2 part Rose, few drops Lotus oil
while searching for a new full moon incense I stumbled across this amazing sight~!
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Two of my favorite wild plants. The Daisy and Mullein. The mullein is hug this year. Daisies are always so happy and inviting. I'd love a yard ful of them!

Mullein is an herb of protection and purification that has a strong association with elemental Fire. (Thus its old name "Torches") Some practitioners dip the leaves in a liquid mixture of saltpeter and water, then hang them to dry. When tossed into a fire these blaze quite brightly. The entire flower stalk may be harvested and dried, and if this is done when its at the end of its cycle the head can be soaked in a tallow mixture so it may be carried as a burning torch. Such torches are perfect for Hallow's Eve. Wear Mullein to instill courage, or carry it in sachets for protection. Cunningham states the powdered leaves are known as "graveyard dust" and are acceptable to use when such is called for in old recipes.

Daisies are an herb of protection and their Invocatory is Freya. Modern practices include the growing of Daisies as an herb to further attract the Devas and the Fae. Grieve's "A Modern Herbal" suggests there may be an association between Daisies and a Dryad (a woodland nymph) named Belidis. Dryads are often associated with elemental Earth, and Daisies may be used ritually to help one commune with this element. Decorate your temple or home with Daisies for Midsummer's Eve. There is also a Magickal association with babies and newborn infants. The Daisy may be incorporated into baby blessings and Wiccanings, or used to bring protective Magick into the baby's sleeping area.

-From my favorite herb info site

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A change of Seasons

Dancing in the heat
Of the night
To the beat
Of tiny faerie feet
Honoring the last
Of the summer’s light
They dance & sing in such delight
Sounding the basins, beating the drum
As they sing their awakening song
For it surely won’t be long
All through the night
You can hear their call.
Waking up the faeries of the fall

Little feet begin to pound
As they all gather around
Yellow from the brightest corn
Brown from the tassels they have worn
Red & orange from the morning dawn
Hurrying before summer’s gone
Getting ready to splatter autumn paint all around

Dancing in the heat
Of the night
To the beat
Of tiny faerie feet
Honoring the last
Of the summer’s light
All through the night
You can hear their call.
Waking up the faeries of the fall

Mor`Inanna Eaglesong© Aug.4th 2009
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Water Lily Faeries
Faeries of the Air & water,
Ever so thankful to be your daughter
Teach me to breath in the light of air
Teach me to float through the currents of life
I bow in your beauty
And in your grace I declare
To your magick nothing can compare

Early morning silent prayer
What a beautiful bloom
You do wear
Roots run deep
Within the earth below
Oh the mysterious you must know
Ever thankful for the gifts you

Mor`Inanna Eaglesong © Aug.3rd 2009

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My grandmother always made cantaloupe milk shakes when we were growing up. They are so yummy! She just threw some peeled/seeded cantaloupe and ice cream in the blender. It had to be Breyers natural vanilla bean fleck though. They were soooo good! They are $1- at Walmart this week! Can't beat that! ;)
My sister always soaks cubes of cataloupe in Sambouca. That is so good too, ice cold. Serve with toothpicks.

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Lammas, the celebration of the first harvest,
Abundance, joy, and prosperity I now request.
May the Earth’s many blessings flow upon us,
May my loved ones
prosper and enjoy success.

By: Ellen Dugan

Wishing you and your families abundance, joy and prosperity!
Lammas Blessings!
-Mori and Carol